Amsterdam Museum Linked Open Data
Semantic Web – Interoperability, Usability, Applicability , Volume 4 - Issue 3 p. 237- 243
In this document we describe the Amsterdam Museum Linked Open Data set. The dataset is a five-star Linked Data representation and comprises the entire collection of the Amsterdam Museum consisting of more than 70,000 object descriptions. Furthermore, the institution's thesaurus and person authority files used in the object metadata are included in the Linked Data set. The data is mapped to the Europeana Data Model, utilizing Dublin Core, SKOS, RDA-group2 elements and the OAI-ORE model to represent the museum data. Vocabulary concepts are mapped to GeoNames and DBpedia. The two main contributions of this dataset are the inclusion of internal vocabularies and the fact that the complexity of the original dataset is retained.
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de Boer, V, Wielemaker, J, van Gent, J, O'Connell, J, Oosterbroek, M, Hildebrand, M, … Schreiber, G. (2013). Amsterdam Museum Linked Open Data. Semantic Web – Interoperability, Usability, Applicability, 4(3), 237–243.